Kitchen Mysteries

Revealing the Science of Cooking

; Jody Gladding (Oversetter)

International celebrity and co-founder of molecular gastronomy Herve This answers such fundamental questions as what causes vegetables to change color when cooked and how to keep a souffle from falling. Les mer
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Om boka

International celebrity and co-founder of molecular gastronomy Herve This answers such fundamental questions as what causes vegetables to change color when cooked and how to keep a souffle from falling. Sharing the empirical principles chefs have valued for generations, he shows how to adapt recipes to available ingredients and how to modify proposed methods to the utensils at hand. His revelations make difficult recipes easier and allow for even more creativity and experimentation in the kitchen.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Series Editor's Foreword Cooking and Science The New Physiology of Flavor Soup Milk Gels, Jellies, Aspics Mayonnaise The Egg's Incarnations A Successful Souffle ? Cooking The Boiled and the Bouillon Steaming Braising Chicken Stew, Beef Stew, Veal Stew Questions of Pressure Roasting Deep-Frying Sautes and Grills Even More Tender Salting Microwaves Vegetables: Color and Freshness Sauces: Creamy, Satiny, Flavorful A Burning Question The Salad: An Oasis of Freshness Yogurt and Cheese Fruits of the Harvest Ices and Sorbets Cakes: Light and Melting Pastry Dough: Tart, Shortbread, and Puff Pastry Sugar Bread Wine The Alcohols Jams Tea Cold and Cool Vinegar Kitchen Utensils Mysteries of the Kitchen Glossary Index

Om forfatteren

Herve This is a physical chemist on the staff of the Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique in Paris. He is the author of Columbia's Molecular Gastronomy and of several other books on food and cooking. He is a monthly contributor to Pour la Science, the French-language edition of Scientific American. Jody Gladding is a poet and has translated twenty works from French, most recently, Madeleine Ferriere's Sacred Cow Mad Cow, which also appears in the Arts and Traditions of the Table series.